Tottenham vs West Ham: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on and where can I watch it?

A look ahead to the Premier League fixture at White Hart Lane

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It’s a big game for…

Harry Kane: The England striker has just returned from injury and scored on his comeback in the north London derby. Spurs will need him to get back to full fitness soon as their attack has been misfiring majorly in his absence.

Best stat…

Tottenham have managed to score just three goals in their last six games in all competitions, all three of those coming from the penalty spot. They are now without a win since defeating title favourites Manchester City on October 2. 

Remember when…

Spurs came from behind to beat West Ham 3-2 at Upton Park, with Gareth Bale scoring twice to extend his phenomenal scoring run to eight goals in six games. The Welshman scored a long-range winner in the last minute to give Spurs the bragging rights in the London derby.

Player to watch…

Michail Antonio: The former non-league player has been used in several different positions this season but has nevertheless contributed five goals in the league so far, three more than any of his teammates. The 25-year-old was called up to the England squad by former manager Sam Allardyce for his only match in charge against Slovakia, but did not feature.

Prediction

Past three meetings…

West Ham 1 (Antonio) Tottenham 0
Premier League, March 2016

Tottenham 4 (Kane 2, Alderweireld, Walker) West Ham 1 (Lanzini)
Premier League, November 2015

Tottenham 2 (Rose, Kane) West Ham 2 (Kouyate, Sakho)
Premier League, February 2015

Form guide…

Tottenham: DDLDLD

West Ham: DWWWLD

Vital information…

Kick-off time: 5:30pm, Saturday 19 November

TV: Live on BT Sport 1. Highlights on BBC One at 10:30pm

Odds…

Tottenham to win: 4/7

West Ham to win: 9/2

Draw: 16/5

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